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Canadian Prime Minister Speaks After Shots Fired in Parliament

Canadian Prime Minister Speaks After Shots Fired in Parliament Canada's prime minister said his country will never be intimidated by terrorists, after a gunman killed a soldier in Ottawa and then stormed Parliament before he was shot dead. In a televised address Wednesday evening, Stephen Harper said Wednesday's attack, along with another incident this week that led to a soldier's death, are grim reminders that Canada is not immune to terrorism. The prime minister spoke hours after dozens of gunshots rang out in Canada's parliament buildings in Ottawa when a gunman shot and killed a soldier guarding the nearby Canadian National War Memorial Little is known about the assailant, identified as 32-year-old ex-convict Michael Zehaf-Bibeau who was fatally shot. Witnesses to the attack at th...
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